SYDNEY, 10-11 December 2016
Are you currently using clear aligners, in your practice, ie Invisalign, Clear Correct, Inline, or ClearPath?
Was your training to perform these techniques given over a weekend only?
Are you having problems correcting AP discrepancies, such as Class 3 or Class 2?
What about closing open bites or improving deep bites, with the aligners???
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the course for you, as it covers topics such as case finishing and the biomechanics of tooth movement, using clear aligners
And this course IS NOT brand specific of which aligner you use
The speaker is a Professor in Orthodontics and has been invited as a keynote speaker at the Invisalign Summit meetings.
Dr. Tarek El-Bialy, PhD, FRCD(C), EMBA, ABO is the Professor of Orthodontics and Biomedical Engineering, at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
Prof El-Bialy has also co-authored a textbook, regarding aligner biomechanics, with Sam Daher and Donna Galante
This 2 day course (10 and 11 December) will emphasize on how far can we stretch the limits of aligners based on an understanding the biomechanics of clear aligners.
Topics to be covered include
1. Extensive but fast diagnosis and treatment planning using CBCT to determine the limits
2. Planning treatment of severe crowding cases in skeletal class I
3. Understanding the biomechanics of clear aligners can expand the current scope of their use.
4. Open bite and deep bites
5. Skeletal class II in growing and late adolescents
6. Skeletal class II in adults: where are the limits?
7. Class III in growing children
8. Class III in late adolescents and adults
9. Pre-prosthetic cases with clear aligners
10. Closure of extraction spaces
11. Accelerated treatment with clear aligners.
12. Summary and conclusion/take-home messages
For further details and to register please contact :
Dr. Sakshi Arora, BDS
EODO Course Coordinator
Excellence in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopeadics
P.O. Box 6151
UNSW Sydney NSW 1466
Phone: +61 2 9398 8338
Fax: +61 2 9314 5936